These countries have given discounts to Indian tourists, know where you can go.
There has been a decline in weekly corona cases in India. Along with this, the daily positivity rate has also remained stable. The advantage of all this is that many countries have opened their borders to Indian tourists. Significantly, for the 17th consecutive day, the corona positivity rate in India has fallen to 2.37 percent. While the daily positivity rate is stable at 2.42 per cent, which is less than three per cent. Meanwhile, apart from Germany and Canada, Maldives has also given relaxation in restrictions for its tourists. Let us know which rules you have to follow to go to which countries
The Public Health Agency of Canada announced a relaxation of the rules for its citizens and permanent residents on July 3. The purpose was to benefit international students, relatives of local residents and temporary workers living there with valid work permits. All travelers coming here, including Indians, will have to bring a Covid negative report three times before entry into Canada. By the way, direct flights to Canada are closed till July 21. In such a situation, if someone wants to go, then he will have to take a direct flight. Apart from this, both doses of Kovid 19 vaccine should also be used. Currently, the Canadian government is recognizing Moderna, Pfizer, AstraZenca/Covishield and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Russia’s Sputnik and India’s co-vaccine are still not approved here. If a traveler reaches Canada who has not received an approved vaccine here, he will have to quarantine himself for three days in a government-approved hotel. Also, his Kovid test done here at the time of Aravil should be negative.
German Ambassador to India Walter J Zeidner has also announced the lifting of the ban in countries including India where the delta variant has been found. Indian travelers will have to provide proof of vaccination. If someone has been hit by corona, then he will have to give proof of recovery. He will not need to isolate himself after coming here. Significantly, during the second wave, Germany had banned Indian passengers. Germany has also given exemption to passengers coming from Nepal, Rouy, UK and Portugal.
Flight to Maldives will start from July 15. GoFirst flights will run between New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, the capital of Maldives, Male. In the initial phase, it will remain on Thursday and Sunday only. Later on from August 4, its services will increase. At the same time, after September 3, daily flights will start. At the same time, IndiGo has also announced direct flights from Kochi, Bangalore and Mumbai. Flights from Kochi and Bangalore will start on July 15 and from Mumbai on July 16. Daily flights between Mumbai and Male will start from July 20. It is mandatory for the passengers to carry their corona negative report. Also, a health declaration form has to be submitted on the Maldives Immigration Portal 24 hours before the flight to Maldives.